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#12324

Crossways

Artist
Phil Woollam
Price
$32.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Koyama Press
Format
Artists' Books
Size
10 × 13 in
Length
52 pages
Genre
Illustration
Description

Crossways presents the ever-changing grids that make up the modern urban center, be they intersecting streets, crisscrossing wires or the ladder that climbs up the side of a building, as pure abstraction. For Woollam, landscape is liquid and the city is a medium as fluid as ink.

Phil Woollam is an artist living in Toronto whose drawing-based practice often focuses on multiples that recall the colorful geometry of the Memphis movement and De Stijl. Trained as a sculptor, Woollam has also created three-dimensional works including mascots based on the characters and designs of cartoonist Michael DeForge.

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